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Reviews for "Weapons Maths Destruction"

Mafhs is 'ard

Slow reload on gun annoyed me a little but once i got over that its a pretty sweet game

The concept is good, the execution is abysmal.

As someone has said before the quadratic equations are bugged. This was incredibly annoying at first. I actually had to troll through the reviews to see if anybody else was having this problem. A person would think that a game based on math would be done with accurate math. A HUGE flaw.

Once i knew about the quadratic equation flaw i was able to destroy a few before i hit tab 3 times and exited out of the game. I would change that next time too.

Also, it was annoying getting around the corners sometimes. That's a minor flaw.

It's a damn shame that such a good concept was wasted on this.

kool

i like the attempt on trying to educate people whilst letting them enjoy some tank blasting action. However i would like it if the game was a bit faster

For a math game

It was quite inventive and mentally stimulating.

However, the difficulty ramp was extremely steep, going from addition/subraction, to sequence, to quadratic equations. Since I am not a genius when it comes to math, I only managed to get one shot on a green (quadratic equations, unknown how many shells it takes to destroy) before I was destroyed by it and it's friends. I would suggest next time putting in a difficulty setting on a slider to show what kind of slope the difficulty should follow. Maybe have that be a math problem of it's very own.

Also, what is the deal with yellow and presumably the rest of the game taking more than one shell to damage/destroy? If the problem type is difficult for one person, then three shots maybe a little painful for them. Perhaps if the shells damaged the speed or weapons of the enemy tank, as well as your own, naturally. It would add another element to the game.

Overall though, decent construction, I used the mute button, but not a bad waste of time.

Really inventive...

I'm not great at maths so I died after I killed like 6 guys but its a good concept if you make another one maybe you should include some helicopters, army men, and turrets or something and the easier the foe the easier the maths problems...